“We get by with a little help from
our friends”

Everyday, organizations in the community have made it possible for the Center to continue to help children and families in this community. We sincerely appreciate all their support.
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Political Leaders Bring Help

Town of Hempstead Supervisor Kate Murray, Councilman James Darcy and Community Leader Frank Mistero brought help when the Early Learning Center needed a new roof .
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Peninsula Kwanis

Peninsula Kwanis celebrate the Holiday's each with with a reading of "The Night Before Christmas" and a gift for each child.
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Five Towns Senior Center

The Five Towns Early Learning Center has a long relationship with Five Towns Senior Center.  The Seniors come to the Center once a month and spend the morning in the 4 year old class, making friends, adults and children working and playing together together.
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Lawrence High School

Lawrence High school students from the Bond Program
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Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts help make Scarecrow at the Rock Hall Country Fair fund raiser.

We thank our political Leaders for their
continued support:


The Honorable Dean Skelos,
New York State Senator
The Honorable Harvey Weisenberg,
New York State Assemblyman
The Honorable Kate Murray,
Supervisor, Town of Hempstead
The Honorable James Darcy,
Councilman, Town of Hempstead
The Honorable Anthony J. Santino,
Councilman, Town of Hempstead
The Honorable Dorothy Goosby,
Councilwoman, Town of Hempstead
The Honorable Howard Kopel,
NC Legislature, District 7
Mr. Frank Mistero,
Community Leader

COMMUNITY FRIENDS:


Inwood Civic Association
Peninsula Kiwanis
Five Towns Kiwanis
Sewane Golf Club
Garden Club of Lawrence
Rock and Wrap It
Child Care Council of Nassau, Inc
Inwood Charities
Camp Baco and Camp Che-Ne-Wah
Meserole Funeral Home
Lawrence Golf Club/Kreiss Tournament
Sun and Surf
Christmas Dreams/Pete Sobol

Become a Volunteer


The Five Towns Early Learning Center offers volunteer opportunities for members of the community. Volunteers from NCJW, Peninsula Section are an integral part of our program, coming weekly to work with the children. High-school students and those who need community service, can find volunteer opportunities here. If you enjoy being with young children, are interested in reading stories to children or would like to share your talents with us, please call the Center at 239-4660. Our volunteers find that what they get out of the experience for exceeds what they give.

How To Donate


Your generosity has a direct impact on the lives of young children. The Five Towns Early Learning Center is a not-for-profit (501c3) organization which depends on support from foundations, government agencies and individuals to fulfill its mission. Your donation is tax deductible in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Internal Revenue Service.

Five Towns Early Learning Center
112 Wahl Avenue
Inwood, NY 11096
Tel: (516) 239-4660
Fax: (516) 239-4910
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